Community Cam Program

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Welcome to the North Las Vegas Police Departments registration page for Community Cam Program.  This program is designed to continue and enhance our partnership with the community. Through excellent service and communication with our community members; citizens in our community will be helping the NLVPD deter crime, help identify suspects, and increase the proactive approach to crime fighting. This voluntary program is designed to take advantage of the abundance of video surveillance systems at homes and businesses across North Las Vegas to help reduce crime. There is no fee for this program, your information is confidential, and you can un-register/opt out at any time. 

Similar programs have already taken root with other agencies across the nation. We as an agency have reached out to several different Police Departments and received countless success stories of how this program has helped their communities. The registration process is simple, completely voluntary, and now available to current North Las Vegas residents.

North Las Vegas - Community Cam Program Registration

Now available to residents of Henderson.
Click here for more information: C.A.P.T.U.R.E. - Community Video Surveillance Program.

Also available to residents of Las Vegas.
Click here for more information: Vegas Safecam - Community Video Surveillance Program.

Here’s how it works: A home owner or business owner installs a surveillance system on their property. Until something happens, the surveillance system is a deterrent but it does not stop all crime form occurring. Often times the surveillance system might catch something useful for the police department; however, it goes unnoticed because the owner is unaware of them capturing anything. What our program will change is the broadening of possible leads to crimes in your area. The Community Cam Program will give you and the NLVPD a chance to capture the perpetrator coming, leaving, or actually committing a crime in progress.

For example: You are a home owner that has recently moved into a new home. You’ve purchased a home surveillance system and have registered your system with the NLVPD.  Several weeks later, a Patrol officer comes to your door and informs you of a recent burglary in your neighborhood. The Patrol Officer has used the database for this program in their patrol car, and has gone to your residence for follow-up. The Patrol officer asks you if it would be possible for you to review your video for a suspicious person or vehicle between the listed times of the event. Upon reviewing the video, you have captured a possible vehicle in connection of the crime. This information would be passed on to Patrol Officers working your beat and Detectives working on your neighbor’s case. During the days ahead, a Patrol Officer stops a vehicle matching the description in the area and they find evidence to the crime that was committed in your neighborhood. Without the video from your surveillance system, the suspect would not have been caught quickly and may have gone on to committing several more crimes in the area. 

This is only one example of how this program would work. There are endless opportunities with this program to make a difference in our community.

During the registration process, we would not be asking you any of your vital information, we would not be “tapping” in to your surveillance system, and your information would only be accessible to Police Officers for official investigations. We would require that you would provide your name, address, telephone number, and the location / directions of your cameras.  Your video footage would only be available if you provided access to your system to the Police Officer, so the footage could downloaded or copied the time period when the crime occurred or simply view it for leads. Once the information is gathered, two things would happen. If there was a crime in your neighborhood or business, a Police Officer would contact you to look for possible leads. Or if you have discovered something yourself, you could contact the NLVPD to have a Police Officer come out to your property. Together, you and the officer would work hand in hand into solving crime in your area.

We hope you choose to join in on this program that helps both the community and the NLVPD!
Click the registration link below to sign up. If you for whatever reason are already registered and would not like to be a part of the program anymore, click the "opt out" option on the registration form.

Click here to Register for North Las Vegas Police Dept's  Community Cam Program 
(Use this registration form for new registrations, to update an existing registration or to opt out of the program.)

Any questions about the program can be direct to the Community Oriented Policing Unit (COP).